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The following organizations can make good use of the gently-used clothing and small household items that you can no longer use.


The Community Closet

475 Clinton  Ave. Bridgeport (See Map)
Monday - Friday 10am-2pm
Karen Serferi This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
203.368.5624 

 

The mission of the Community Closet is to help the disadvantaged of greater Bridgeport by offering clothing and household essentials free of charge, regardless of race, creed, color, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or place of birth. All "shoppers" must have a letter from a social service agency. They serve over 11,000 people a year.This huge donation center is located in the basement of FSW, Inc, a large social service agency down the street from Brooklawn Ave. Park your car in the front circle. Walk in the FSW building and tell the front receptionist that you are there for The Community Closet and a volunteer will meet you at your car with a bin. 

 

The Community Closet takes these kind of items:

  • CLOTHING
  • DIAPERS
  • BABY FURNITURE (not too large)
  • MEN'S CLOTHING
  • PROM DRESSES
  • HOUSEHOLD GOODS
  • SCHOOL UNIFORMS
  • TOYS
  • TOILETRIES

Dress for Success

Dress for Success


240 Fairfield Ave    (See Map)
Bridgeport, CT 06605
203-333-6505
 
 
Monday-Friday 9:30-2:30
 

The mission of Dress for Success is to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.

Dress for Success is receiving these types of clothes:

  • WOMEN'S BUSINESS
  • SUITS
  • PANTS
  • CLOTHING
  • BLOUSES
  • new MAKEUP
  • LARGER SIZES
  • BLAZERS
  • SHOES
  • PANTYHOSE and KNEE HIGHS

Operation Hope

Operation Hope

636 Old Post Road (See Map)
Fairfield, CT 06824
203-292-5588
Monday - Friday 9am-4pm

Operation Hope provides the opportunity for individuals and families to experience transformative change. By addressing basic needs for food and shelter, as well as offering long-term solutions to hunger and homelessness, including affordable housing, life skills training and personalized clinical support, we help people reach their potential in an environment where compassion inspires dignity and hope.Operation Hope is receiving these types of clothes:

  • NEW SOCKS AND UNDERWEAR
  • DIAPERS (sizes 4 and 5)
  • TOILETRIES
  • NONPERISHABLE FOOD
  • CLEANING SUPPLIES
  • RESUME PAPER

 

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